Explore the coolest iPhone features on iOS 14

   iOS 14 brings many new and convenient utilities to Apple's iPhone series.
   Looking ahead, as part of the WWDC 2020 Developer Conference online event, iOS 14 installers will get a new picture-in-picture experience, a new feature announced on Monday. Apple. Picture-in-picture is an innovation of Samsung, which was later adopted by all Android phones and has been a familiar function for many years. This feature is not new to Apple (it is already on the iPad), but it is now available on the iPhone.
   Although it's late, Apple has added some tricks that Google hasn't applied yet. It is expected that iPhone features such as picture-in-picture will enter the iOS 14 public beta in July this year, and enter the official version in September this year.
What is picture-in-picture for iOS 14?
   Picture-in-picture allows users to watch thumbnail-sized videos in one corner of the screen while doing other things on their phones: browsing facebook, browsing the browser. So users can watch videos on iPhone from any screen area.
Picture-in-picture is Apple’s own name for this feature, but it is often referred to as picture-in-picture or picture-in-picture.
   Picture-in-picture will be used immediately after these iPhone apps are shipped:
• Apple TV
• podcast
• Safari
• Video conversation
• iTunes
• Family
• Any third-party application that supports this feature on the iPad
How will the picture-in-picture feature on the iPhone work?
   No matter which iPhone you use, picture-in-picture is a beautiful little feature. Users can freely use this function completely and naturally. The user can transfer this video to any application. Just like on Android smartphones, users can choose to maximize/minimize the video window or move the video on the screen.
   If the picture-in-picture window is too large and interferes with the interaction, the user can slide it to the side to make it all disappear, leaving a label to pull back when needed. The cool thing is that even if the user creates a thumbnail of the video, the video and audio will continue to play.
   In the picture-in-picture mode, the user can choose to pause, rewind or forward on the supported applications. Users can also touch the controls to expand the video to full screen or close the video completely.
What can Google and Samsung learn from Apple?
   Apple's picture-in-picture function can support Android PiP in two ways. Obviously, when Apple introduced this very useful feature in iOS 14, the Android smartphone business had to change its mind. On Android phones, users can drag the picture-in-picture window anywhere on the screen. But if you move to the edge of the screen, deleting the video is really annoying for users.
   At the same time, on iOS 14, the option to continue playing audio after minimizing the video is very useful for FaceTime calls, allowing users to temporarily use the entire screen during a call. And others.
   However, the "two-finger zoom" function is another potential highlight of Apple's picture-in-picture tool, which does not exist on Android. On phones such as the Samsung Galaxy S20 and OnePlus 8 Pro, users can also zoom in on the video to zoom in a bit and open it in full size. If Apple provides users with a realistic experience as advertised, this feature of the company will be more breakthrough than "competitor" Android.
   Looking to the future, experts will conduct field tests on the feature in the iOS 14 beta on the iPhone to see if it is really interesting.